Welcome to Billings Army ROTC!
The Billings Army Reserve Officer Training Corps produces exceptional 2nd Lieutenants for the United States Army, the Army Reserve, and the Army National Guard.
ROTC offers an opportunity for college students to enjoy their college experience while setting themselves apart. Cadets are trained to become disciplined and gain confidence through progressive leadership opportunities. The program does not only offer students various scholarships and stipends, but also offers valuable training in leadership and management.
The Billings Army ROTC program consits of students from MSU Billings and Rocky Mountain College that form the Yellowjacket Company.
Billings Army ROTC:
"Billings Army ROTC trains and enables Cadets to reach their full potential in life and to become strong leaders that reflect the Army Values, and strive to have a positive impact in their community, in their country, and around the world."
U.S. Army Cadet Command:
"The U.S. Army Cadet Command partners with universities to recruit, educate, develop, and inspire Senior ROTC Cadets in order to commission officers of character for the Total Army; and partners with high schools to conduct JROTC in order to develop citizens of character for a lifetime of commitment and service to the nation."
- Selfless Service
- Personal Courage
Scholarships and Financial Assistance Available
You can join ROTC during your freshman, sophomore, or junior year of school. There is no military obligation for freshmen and sophomore students. ROTC can work like a trial period for the Army if you choose. ROTC consists of a class, a lab, and a physical exercise course each semester for which you will both receive grades and credits, as in any other college courses.
We offer the following scholarships:
- 2 year scholarships
- 3 year scholarships
- 4 year scholarships
Contracted Cadets also receive an additional monthly living stipend and a book stipend every semester.
In addition to this site, you can find us on Facebook,. You can also call us at 406-247-5733, or stop by our offices on the 4th and 5th floor of McMullen Hall if you would like to learn more or have any questions.